Archive: NYS COVID-19 Resources & Information
3/30/20

In the rapidly changing dynamics of combating the Cornonavirus, information is updated constantly. This archive is being provided as an additional resource for those seeking to learn more about how New York State is addressing COVID-19.

3/30/20 Updates
From Governor Cuomo’s press conference at the Javits Center in NYC

  • Public Responsibility: stay home, no proximity, no density.
  • Javits Center hospital will become operational today.
  • NYC still has too many places with too much density.
  • Healthcare professionals are the “soldiers” in this battle.
  • Need to recruit more healthcare workers and share healthcare professionals in the state and across the country; NY will return the favor.
  • Nurses, doctors and attendants in hospitals need relief.
  • Nationwide competition for supplies—healthcare professionals need these supplies.
  • Met with entire statewide healthcare establishment to develop comprehensive cooperative plan between all hospitals within the state.
  • Hospitals will work as one “healthcare family,” sharing staff, supplies and equipment.
  • NY is planning forward to get ahead of the problem including stockpiling supplies and equipment, including PPE and ventilators.
  • Working as one unified hospital system, NY’s public and private hospitals will work with the state to create a command center around COVID-19 communication, response, purchasing and supply distribution.  

TOTAL NY CASES:  66,497 / NEW: 6,984 / DEATHS: 1,218 

Executive Order 202.13 was released by the Governor's Office.  

Highlights:

  • The special election in the City of New York to fill the vacancy in the Office of Borough President of Queens is rescheduled for June 23, 2020.
  • Circulation, filing, and collection of any designating  petitions, or independent  nominating  petitions for any office commencing  March 31, 2020 are postponed.
  • Any school board, library board, or village election  scheduled to take place in April or May of 2020 is hereby postponed until at least June 1, 2020, and subject to further directive as to the timing, location or manner of voting for such elections.
  • Any non-essential worker who is employed by the state of New York shall work from home or shall be able to stay home without charging their accruals until April 16, 2020.
  • Executive Order 202.6 is hereby modified to clarify that construction  which was an essential service not subject to the in-person  work restrictions is modified to provide only certain construction.
  • 100% of non-essential workforce must remain home until April 15, 2020.
  • The directive of Executive Order 202.12 requiring  a support person for a patient giving birth is modified insofar as to cover labor, delivery as well as the immediate postpartum  period.
 

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